1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider a large solenoid aligned with the z-axis with a uniform magnetic field inside given by Bo = Boz[hat]. Contained WITHIN the solenoid is a very large parallel plate capacitor and the plates (one at the x=0 plane and the other at the x = d plane) have surface charge densities of +σo (plate at x=0) and -σo (plate at x=d). Assume that the fields well within the capacitor are uniform. A) Sketch the fields inside the capacitor. That is, show E and B. Given that the solenoid have no loops per unite length, what current, I0, must be run throught he solenoid to produce the magnetic field strength of Bo? 2. Relevant equations For a solenoid B = 0 outside and B = μonI inside 3. The attempt at a solution I am having trouble getting expressions for the E and B fields inside the capacitor. If I can get a little bit of help on this I think I can answer the rest of the questions pertaining to this problem.